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From the 4th century ad on, a series of northern dynasties was set up by the invaders, while several southern dynasties succeeded one another in the Yangtze Valley, with their capital at Nanjing Nanking. Buddhism flourished during this period, and the arts and sciences were developed. The empire was reunited by the Sui — dynasty, which built the Grand Canal , linking the militarily strategic north with the economic wealth of the south and laying the basis for the Tang T'ang, — dynasty.
Under the early Tang, especially under Emperor Taizong T'aitsung, r. The bureaucratic system, begun by the Han, was further developed, including the regular use of an examination system to recruit officials on the basis of merit. Handicrafts and commerce flourished, a system of roads radiated from the capital at the site of Xi'an , successful wars were fought in Central Asia, and China became the cultural and economic center of Asia.
Civil wars and rebellion in the late Tang led to a period of partition under the Five Dynasties r. However, Mongol and Tatar tribes in the north forced the Song to abandon its capital at Kaifeng in and move it to Hangzhou Hangchow. In , Kublai Khan r. The Mongols encouraged commerce and increased the use of paper money.
The Grand Canal was reconstructed, and a system of relay stations ensured safe travel. Many European missionaries and merchants, notably Marco Polo , came to the Mongol court. After a long period of peasant rebellion, Mongol rule was succeeded by the native Chinese Ming dynasty — The Portuguese reached China in , the Spanish in , the Dutch in , and the English in The Ming dynasty was overthrown by the Manchus, invaders from the northeast, who established the last imperial dynasty, the Qing Ch'ing or Manchu, — The first century and a half of Manchu rule was a period of stability and expansion of power, with outstanding reigns by Kang xi K'anghsi, — and Qian long Ch'ienlung, — Although the Manchus ruled as conquerors, they adopted indigenous Chinese culture, administrative machinery, and laws.